Main Article Content
Psychological education and teaching methods have a significant impact on educational
outcomes; therefore, in a changing educational environment and with shifting educational
objectives, it is important to actively promote education and teaching method reform.
Observations of educational and teaching practises at this point show that as network
applications become more widely used and computer technology becomes more widely
integrated into educational settings, the methods and modes of instruction are becoming
increasingly diverse. But it comes with a host of complications. Increasing numbers of college
students are hooked on the virtual world of the Internet. As a result, they suffer from mental and
physical health issues such as depression, confusion, and autism, and they may even turn to
crime as a means of coping with their situation. In this article, examples of educational
psychology's opportunities and challenges in colleges and universities under the influence of
information technology will be discussed. The author's goal is to help college students better
understand their own mental health.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.